Women in Sudan, environmental solutions, sex therapy in the 50s, and food allergies.
Women and protests in the Sudan
Woman's Hour Parenting Podcast: food allergies
Diagnosing and managing food allergies in infants and children.
Top Girls, Dame Glenys Stacey, Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)
Dame Glenys Stacey looks back at nearly 40 years in public service.
Three Sisters, Molly Case, Women's Football
The programme that offers a female perspective on the world.
Women in K-Pop: the success of BLACKPINK
BLACKPINK, special guardianship orders, environmental living tips.
Women in Sudan, Game of Thrones, Nurse Molly Case, Top Girls
What role have women played in the protests in Sudan?
True Crime Under Investigation
Why are some women so fascinated by true crime?
Mental Health Problems and Relationships, British Charcuterie, Unconscious Bias
We explore the impact mental health problems have on relationships.
Parenting: Feeding a child with allergies
A paediatric dietitian gives advice on how to feed a child with food allergies.
Fashion Revolution Week: 6th anniversary of the Rana Plaza collapse in Bangladesh
Fashion sustainability, Bessborough: mother and baby home, solo parenting, and borsch.
Melinda Gates, Josie Rourke, Trafficking
Biggin Hill Women, Eco Heroines, Parental Alienation
The programme that offers a female perspective on the world
Weekend Woman's Hour: True crime, parental alienation and Borscht
Women's fascination with true crime. Parental alienation. Cook the Perfect... borscht.
8th Grade, Jing-Jing Lee, Mozambique floods
8th Grade: a coming of age film for our time? Margaret Thatcher's legacy for women.
Sofie Hagen, Rosacea, Party Bags
Danish comedian Sofie Hagen challenges what she sees as endemic fatphobia in our society.
Parenting: Going it alone
Women's experiences of becoming solo parents using donor sperm and eggs.
Margaret Thatcher - 40 years on from her election as PM
Margaret Thatcher - 40 years on. How significant was her election as PM?
Small Island, Esther Wojcicki, Natalie Haynes
Leah Harvey and Aisling Loftus; How to Raise Successful People; A Thousand Ships; Obesity
Mary Black, Monster trucks, Defining intersex
In the wake of Caster Semenya’s legal battle we look at differences in sexual development
Sofie Hagen Happy Fat, Margaret Thatcher, Rosacea
Sofie Hagen on fatphobia. Margaret Thatcher's Legacy. Living with rosacea. Mary Black.
What kind of relationship do you have with food?
Why do so many of us have an uneasy relationship with food?
Woman's Hour in Ireland
We're coming live from Dublin
Parenting: Party bags
How, if at all, do you fill your goody bags for your child’s party?
Cellist Ayanna Witter-Johnson. Inside an Honour Killing. What to do for new parents.
Potty training, Going away with friends, Jude
How to potty train, going away with friends, and a new adaptation of Jude the Obscure
Remembering the Magdalene Laundries
Magdalene Laundries, Women Walking Alone, Restoring Treasures, Shaping Motherhood.
Ayanna Witter-Johnson, Going away with friends, Potty training
Music from Ayanna Witter-Johnson. Weekends away with girlfriends. No nappy potty training.
Women's toilets, Domestic violence, Fasting
Living with Dissociative Identity Disorder, EU Elections, Joanne Ramos
Living with dissociative identity disorder - one woman's story.
Parenting: Potty training
When is the best time to potty train, how do you know and how do you go about it?
Sally Wainwright on Anne Lister
Who was Gentleman Jack?
Red lipstick, Nigel Slater, Joan Smith and abortion in the US
Red lipstick, abortion in the US, Nigel Slater, and domestic abuse links with terrorism.
Saudi Arabia's imprisoned activists: One year on
Women’s rights activists in Saudi Arabia, and living with borderline personality disorder
Weekend Woman's Hour: Red Lipstick, Domestic violence and terrorism, Gentleman Jack
A history of red lipstick. Links between domestic violence and terrorism. Sally Wainwright
Alexander Korda - Producer, Director, Exile, Spy
Matthew Sweet unearths movie mogul Alexander Korda's wartime role as a British agent.
Peter and Chloe with the verdict on the week's news and predictions for the week ahead.
Heart deaths, organised crime and gender data gaps
Are more people dying from coronary disease? Plus how we need more economic data on women.
Diabetes and Me
What does it mean to be a young person and live with diabetes?
Talking about London's diverse communities and the issues affecting them.